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Choose from 648 pictures in our 01048 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, and her sons William Featured 01048 Image

HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, and her sons William

HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, and her sons William and Harry on a ski holiday to Switzerland.
Prince Charles is to join them after he has completed some engagements.
**Note to Editors: The Mirror cutting 8th April 1991 says the trip is to Switzerland. It does not say if they are actually in Klosters, Switzerland. However, other internet searches say this trip is to Lech in Austria***
This is the first ski trip since the tragic accident at Klosters three years ago where Major Hugh Lindsay died. Back then, Diana turned down all invitations to ski again.
Picture taken 7th April 1991

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Frederick Davies, 76, is King of the Darby and Joan Club in the Regents Park, London area Featured 01048 Image

Frederick Davies, 76, is King of the Darby and Joan Club in the Regents Park, London area

Frederick Davies, 76, is King of the Darby and Joan Club in the Regents Park, London area. At a Convent of A.C.I (Handmaids of the Sacred Heart) in Avenue Road, St Johns Wood, the sisters of the Order organised a "keep in touch club". Every fortnight about 40 or more old folk go and play bingo, have a chat, and have tea. There is only one Darby, and 40 Joan's at this club. The odd man is Fred, admired by all the ladies from the age of 62 to 91. 12th March 1970

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Liverpool players proudly show off the European Cup trophy to thousands of fans who lined Featured 01048 Image

Liverpool players proudly show off the European Cup trophy to thousands of fans who lined

Liverpool players proudly show off the European Cup trophy to thousands of fans who lined the streets of Liverpool to welcome their heroes home following their victory over AS Roma in the European Cup Final.
The match, which ended in a 1-1 draw, was decided on penalties in Liverpool's favour.
Picture taken at Lime Street Station showing the huge crowds which blocked the street and forced the bus to a standstill.
May 1984

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